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rosa is updated to a gust of 22 and 38 in napa and the higher elevations over those mountain tops, we do have gusts to 15. gusts to 18 and 22 mile per hour gusts. we will see big changes tomorrow and take a look at the seven-day forecast coming up. >> lee, thank you. the thick fog and terrain hampered efforts on san francisco's twin peeks. this is video you will see only on abc 7 news. reported just before 10:00 next to laguna honda hospital. the flame burned just 100 feet away from dozens of apartments. firefighters managed to put it out before buildings were damaged. >> we go around the corner there and flame were going up and they were huge. it's scary. the city was thick flame. >> a firefighter had a minor injury. the san francisco beekeeper's association keeps the calling in the area. it was not damaged by the fire. >> happening now, friends and family of a santa rosa teen who died after being shot by a sheriff's deputy are gathering to say thank you to the community for support. 13-year-old andy lopez was shot while holding a gun that looked like an ak-47 and it was a toy gun. c
by a santa rosa sheriff's deputy. the 17-year-old brother of andy lopez is devastated and angry. he was shot last week after refusing to put down a toy gun that looked like an ak 47 assault rifle. >> reporter: his name is anthony lopez, today describing his brother andy as a good kid, someone liked to make people laugh, who was interested in a career in law enforcement. behind me, this memorial, people arriving and keep adding to it. it keeps growing. what began as a vigil with candles now has enough to spell out the name andy. what began as a simple cross now has a permanent structure. jose installed think the morning and painted it. >> that represents the angel in andy. >> reporter: today his older brother told us how they're faring up oochlt they're hanging in there. it's hard on everyone. the house isn't the same anymore. >> how so? >> just quiet. just feels like there is a void in the house. >> reporter: a void since a week ago. a sheriff deputy, eric gelhaus mistook a pellet gun for the real thing and fired seven shots into andy. the family filed a claim. the deputy has communicated
lopez in santa rosa. >>> a drunk driver hit and killed a cal trans worker earlier this morning. it happened near scott creek road. cal trans crews were picking up cones when a car veered into a closed lane and hit two workers. one worker was pinned against his work truck and was pronounced dead on the scene. his father spoke to nbc bay area this morning. >> we'll do some counseling and just try to stick all together. try not to do -- some negative things. they don't pay off. just ask god to help us through this. >> obviously a difficult time. the second worker has minor injuries. the driver was arrested for drunk driving. >>> bart workers hit the ballot box today to finalize their new contract. it is expected to be approved. workers showed up throughout the day to vote on the proposal. the new contract would give them a 12.5% raise over the next few years. in walnut creek today, a group of angry bart riders turned in 20,000 signatures called for a statewide ban on transit strikes. >> we certainly would like the unions and management to work it around the bargaining table, but i
at oakland. san francisco, 51 degrees and santa rosa is at 38. this weekend for the charles schaub cup, breezy and cool. a temperature of 60 degrees. don't forget by the way, say goodbye to sunshine late in the day. we're going to set our clocks back tonight an hour. so spring ahead, fall back, tonight set the clocks back. literally at 2:00 in the morning on sunday morning. here's what we're expecting, low pressure is diving into the pacific northwest. as that comes in, the pressure's in the atmosphere. and as the pressure's fall, the temperatures fairleigh suit. winds will pick fall too. this will bring us a hint of rain. it wouldn't be much. and it wouldn't be until thursday. but that's a heads up for you. here's what it's looking like today. the low pressure center will carve a new york in the pressure. we'll get cooler temperatures. the winds picking up. cooler today, gusty winds tonight. mild week ahead. until thursday. then we shall see my friend. okay. here's how it looks, 71 at santa rosa. 68 for oakland. still nice inland, low 70s. 71 at concord. the forecast, sunshine all ove
. >> be extra cautious appeared >> 38 right now in santa rosa. low 40's in a bottle. >> 72 degrees for san ramon. >> 69 in mountain view today. >> 734 morgan hill appeared >> mid-60's expected in san leandro. and downtown san francisco today will be a high of 67 degrees. >> 72 today in napa. >> upper 60s for royal oak park appeared >> to the cheers will continue to cool over the next few days. it >> ate tainted halloween candy incident cents a california woman to the hospital. >> here you can see a tiny hole in the snickers bar wrapper. >> north salinas police say that piece of candy was given to a 16 month old trick or treat her. >> however, by coincidence, the girl's mother eight the candy bar instead and almost emily starts to feel ill. that is when the victim's brother and up taking her to the emergency room. it >> " with that kind of distressed i almost sure to think that i could have happened to be my knees, it would have been far too strong for a dosage for a top lawyer in " her brother states. >> and officials believe some kind of asset based drug was injected into the chocolate. >> poli
rosa, 18napa, 14 concord and into the evening i will step back and show you about midnight the winds are howling, concord, livermore, san jose with 24 miles an hour. half moon bay with 27. the winds will be increasing and by tonight we are looking at pretty breezy conditions for most of us with that wind advisory for the hills. at this hour 41 fairfield. 38 santa rosa, 48 oakland. 44 redwood. this morning starting out a lot like yesterday. by the afternoon the temperatures start to drop with the system bringing the wind, into the east bay 66 in oakland. 67 castro valley. 72 livermore. 69 san jose. 72 for morgan hill. along the peninsula -- low 60s at coast. no clouds, even half moon bay with patchy fog. the extended forecast, temperatures falling off today. continuing the downward trend sunday, monday, into tuesday we get a slight rebound there, temperatures by wednesday. upper 60o's for areas around the bay. low 70s inland. >> today some residents will be learning how to get rid of the yellow fever mosquito. the four hour event kicks off at 9:30 on the fire station. so far no illne
. >>> there are new developments tonight in the case of a santa rosa teenager. the parents of andy lopez say they plan to file a suit monday. they claim the officer shot and killed the teenager without a cause. the boy was carrying a bb gun that resembled a weapon. >>> only on 2 tonight, california lieutenant governor gavin newsom explains his support of one of the few hot issues on next tuesday's election ballot. san francisco's proposition b would allow a developer to build two high end condo buildings at eight washington street at the embarcadero -- embarcadero. ktvu spoke exclusively with the lieutenant governor on the plan that will change the look of the embarcadero. >> reporter: gavin newsom met with us. he told us he was familiar of the project since he was a mayor. >> as a former mayor, i don't think it's right to pull up the rug from a process that was open, that was inclusive. >> lower facing on the embarcadero. >> reporter: a spokesman for yes on b showed us this model of the residential building also known as eight washington. newsom said it won proposal eight years ago. newsom
for a civil rights investigation. >> reporter: that's right, jessica. we're live in santa rosa, where people are gathering for a special day of the dead observance. among those being remembered, 13-year-old andy lopez who was shot and killed by a sheriffs deputy. i'll have an update on big legal developments in the case coming up. >>> and going beyond the politics of pot. coming up, we investigate a common practice by marijuana growers wreaking havoc on wildlife and on our environment. >>> the family of the 13-year-old boy shot and killed by a sheriffs deputy has filed legal claims against the sonoma county board of supervisors. the move is seen as a precursor to a lawsuit. at the same time, there's a new push to get the u.s. commission on civil rights involved to investigate claims that the boy's death points to a larger problem within the county. nbc bay area's monty francis joins us in santa rosa with the details tonight. >> reporter: raj, good evening. the family filed three claims against the county. one on behalf of the boy's mothers. another on behalf of the boy's father. a third on b
's deputy in santa rosa is suing the county. >>> chaos resulting from a car fire. >>> while shoppers had to keep a closer eye on their surroundings. kron four news continues. >>> two of bart's unions have voted. >> reporter: we learned just minutes ago by an 88% margin union members have voted to approve bart management's latest and final contract offer, so that coming from local 1021 which has been holding the vote here at the oakland convention center all day long. we're waiting to here from local 1555 which is also holding a vote and they will announce it tomorrow morning. we know for certain that 1021 has voted to approve the contract. kron four news. >>> coming up, what the family of lopez has prepared for the sheriff's office, and east bay commuters got a shot, the call caldecott fire. >>> a popular shopping spot, but for one woman last night in walnut creek, a frightening experience. she was robbed near the macy's store. we of the latest. >> reporter: walnut creek police say it happened just after 9:00 on thursday night. a 74-year-old woman had just finished shopping at the macy
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a bit. you can see the low clouds and the fog painting an interesting picture. 38 in santa rosa. a little fog in the north bay. low 40s out by the delta. we are looking at mid40s from concord to livermore. san jose, nice start to the day. temperatures will be into the 60s for highs today. out of the 70s for many. the cooling trend for the entire weekend, the gusty winds with a wind advisory for the higher elevations tonight. and then we are look at a chance of rain on thursday. a pattern change that really could open the storm door and bring in self-wet weather makers beyond next week. so that's good news. we are at least an inch behind in rainfall for san francisco for this time. today with the gusty winds we will be looking at the winds up to 45 miles an hour. this is tonight, 11:00 through 7:00 tomorrow. for the north bay mountains and the east bay hills nchts the diablo range and then by tomorrow the winds will be easing back, but it will still be breezy of the so it has been dry and mild due to high pressure, but that is drifting off to the east of us. it will allow the low
sitting in santa rosa at 40. 41 napa, and over into our east bay valleys clear. 45 in the livermore valley. so a couple of changes headed our way for the weekend. in fact, more seasonal weather with a cool-down on the way. as much as two to five degrees cooler today and the winds conclude upton. a wind advisory. especially at the higher elevations and the coast, and perhaps rain headed our way not until the end of the upcoming work week. at this point it doesn't look like a great chance of rain but maybe a pattern change. so from 11:00 tonight, 7:00 tomorrow morning, some very gusty winds. in fact, they could gust up to 45 miles an hour from santa cruz mountains, the diablo range and up in the north bay mountains as well. it will get windy on the coast. today as high pressure drifts way, the cold front is still to the north of us. throughout the early part of the day. rainfall will stay up in extreme northern california. we will look for just a few more extra clouds. then the slightly cooler air pushing in behind it. temperatures coming down. so they have been well above normal today. toda
personal dedicado a investigar la muerte de andy lopez. ---segun el diario "santa rosa press democrat", la agencia federal no realizara una investigacion independiente y completa... y solo se limitara a ofrecer apoyo a la policia local. vo ---y precisamente ese mismo diario informa que el agente que le disparo a lopez ha estado emocionalmente alterado desde el incidente. ---la abogada del policia asegura que la muerte del menor le ha impactado y que le preocupa el efecto que esto tendra en la familia de andy. vo ---pero ahora, surgio un conductor del condado de sonoma quien cuestiona la estabilidad emocional del agente gelhaus. ---segun "jeff west-brook" el policia lo detuvo en una parada de transito, y en 2 ocasiones el agente empuÑo su rifle. ---el incidente ocurrio supuestamente hace un mes pero la oficina del alguacil no hizo comentarios al respecto mientras se realiza la investigacion a su empleado. blanca ---esta maÑana un carro envuelto en llamas causa el cierre del tunel "caldecott' sobre la autopista 24 en direccion este. take vo ---8 personas tuvieron que ser hospitalizadas par
in santa rosa, liver more and san jose. we are dropping back down to the 60s and lower 70s. on live stormtracker 2 there is a weather system to our north that will generate possibly rain showers along the north coast around eureka and crescent city. we have partly cloudy skies now, temperatures in the upper 50s to lower 60s, san jose 66, livermore 64. a wind advisory kicks in 11:00 tomorrow night until 7:00 monday, so basically all day sunday through 7:00 monday morning from the north bay and east bay hills and santa cruz mountains, winds gusting or approaching 45 miles an hour. when you get a wind direction out of the north, that will increase the fire danger. overnight lows chilly once again, low 40s for the north bay, upper 40s in san francisco and fremont 46 degrees. today the warmest day of the week by far, high pressure in command of our weather. tomorrow the cooling trend begins. once the front moves through, the winds do pick up especially 8:00, 9:00 tomorrow night through sunday morning. that will set the stage for a breezy sunday, winds easily 20 to 30 miles an hour. the c
and last week the shooting of that 13-year-old boy in santa rosa so this measure, measure c would require people to report gun thefts if their gun is stolen in 48 hours and ban the high capacity magazines, that kind of thing. >> this is happen income sunnyville, small town and attracting a lot of national attention. the nra is on it. new york city mayor michael bloomberg contributed. why is that? >> the local measures become symbolic but can make their way up to the federal court and u.s. supreme court in fact. the nra is saying this is unconstitutional and violets the second ameant mnldment and almo daring sunnyville to do it and costing money to defend. >> you referred to this earlier, the santa rosa shooting involving andy lopez, the 13-year-old boy. lots of community outrage and anger over this. >> it was an outpouring of grief that's turned into anger. there are community meetings this weekend which we'll keep track of and into next week as well. questions how do it happen, why did it happen, what did we do to prevent it and the name of the sheriff deputy who shot him and people are
their benefits reduced. rosa flores is here with us. you met with a grandmother who, you know, she's going to have a harder time feeding her family. >> it's going to be a tough time for her and 47 million americans, like you said, and the timing couldn't be worse, folks. the end to this temporary boost in food stamps comes just weeks before thanksgiving, hanukkah and christmas. and while republicans are usually blamed in this case, this time, an interesting twist. how the white house took a gamble and lost. >> let's go. i just learn how to survive. >> reporter: it's a walk home from school filled with life lessons. >> that's good for five cents. >> reporter: katherine mckinnon wept from grandma to a single mother of three when her daughter died. >> no matter how people look ought, just keep your head up. >> reporter: but her life on food stamps may be about to get tougher. and this is why. remember the first lady's initiative to fight childhood obesity? the white house borrowed money from the war on hunger to fight the war on obesity. that means on november 1st, the snap program runs out o
have a lieutenant more ahead on 7 news at 9:00 coming up next. death of santa rosa teenagers. you hear from a member of the family for the first time e.also bart workers voting on the new contract proposal. one that tended the strike. will it be in you have to prevent another walk out? >> and spencer is here with the weekend weather. >> yes. today mailed and quiet but we have strong gusty winds coming our way. look at the accu-weather 7 day forecast in just a moment. >> all right thanks spencer. >> plus look at the north bay casino that opens next week and why a select few have been invite there had tonight to gamble. 7 news at inspect:00 gamble. 7 news at inspect:00 back [ male announcer ] it is more than just a new car... more than a new interior lighting system. ♪ it is more than a hot stone massage. and more than your favorite scent infused into the cabin. it is a completely new era of innovation. and the highest expression of mercedes-benz. introducing the 2014 s-class. the best or nothing. female narrator: the mattress price wars are ending soon the mattress price wars ar
, all is quiet right now. santa rosa 4 degrees. pretty chilly. we could could see upper 30s before long. 46 in concord, 47 livermore and joe sought toe coming in at 41. emeryville looking at quiet conditions. it is cool and the cooling trend will continue for the weekend. in fact, today, two to four degrees of cooling. even cooler tomorrow. gusty winds tonight as a wind advisory goes up about 11:00 tonight. north and east bay hills, strong, gusty, north winds, keeping the stratus out of the bay. it looks like buy the end of the upcoming work week we could see a pattern change and perhaps a little bit of rain coming our way. so the wind advisory tonight through tomorrow morning. then it's going to stay breezy throughout the rest of your sunday. look at all the windy conditions from the north bay mountains, the east bay hills, the santa cruz mountains and the diablo range. a possibility of downed trees and power lines throughout that time period. definitely keep that in mind. high pressure, fair weather maker. it was beautiful yesterday. on the way out. slide to go the east. as it drifts
of 2017 has a no strike clause. >> some 200 people gathered at the spot in santa rosa where 13-year-old carrying a replica assault rifle was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy. they held the day of the dead observance in honor of the deputy. the deputy mistook for a real rifle. today is a mexican holiday that honors the very memory of those who died. the county leaders plan to address the concerns to tuesday's supervisor meeting. the boy's family said they will file a wrongful death lawsuit in federal court on monday. >> a prized possession from the law. live in san jose. tonight a giants fan wants a barry bonds autograph that was given to her when she was in the hospital bed more than years ago. her emotional story is next. >> also ahead at 11:00, does it go too far. the halloween costume that got employees suspended and why the punishment is not enough. >> throwing down tv. one unique approach that is flipping the switch on prime time programs. >> 74 today, but big time changes coming your way. i'm jeff ranieri. we are tracking the windy and also cold weather for the weekend. o
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. we are in the 70s everywhere from ocean beach to santa rosa which nearly hit 80 degrees today. the changes are acomin'! find out when we get cooler and wetter, that's next. >> and straight ahead, the a's made some noise regarding their future. a proud brother of a homegrown world series champion. >> apparently he has a duck boat. >> and who is the runner attacking an uphill fight? >> i was having really strange vertigo sensations. >> her story and more coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, is this flu shot necessary? it keeps you healthy during flu season. but does it hurt? nah. plus you get a really sweet bandaid! anything else i should know? here's a thought, try scoring more points on the other team. okay. even a warrior can get sick. kaiser permanente reminds you to get your flu shot this season. market street. its called the whispering >>> strange new science exhibit is bringing strangers together on san francisco's busy market street. it's called the whispering dishes. you can use your inside voice on a decidedly outdoor location. that's the science behind the $80,000 exhibit put t
in the news now. cnn's rosa flores is here. tell us why we are talking about him today. >> today he allegedly sold $30 worth of marijuana to an undercover police officer in new york and now faces various drug charges. this time he was arrested following the incident, don, but back in the '80s you probably remember, like you said, shot four black teenagers and he walked away. he walked off of the subway and he said that he was tired of being a victim. and so, don, what we did is we dug up some video, an interview with nancy grace on "larry king live." take a listen. >> i was mugged and got a rather brutal beating about a year, a year and a half prior to that. i thought i was a pretty good physical specimen. but there was a teenager from brooklyn who basically wiped the floor with me on the street. he -- he -- he gave -- he gave me a punch that i didn't even feel. all i knew is i was looking up at the sky and i tried to fight him and i got a number of injuries after that. >> now, we've got to take you back to 1984 new york. crime and racial tensions were very high. the trust in the system was v
the sunshine you made it to the 70s. san jose mid-70s today. currently santa rosa close to 80 on the first day of november. livermore 74. oakland 73. concord 72. san francisco downtown right in the financial district it is 71 degrees. let's not talk about the 70s though. let's talk about ski season. guess what, at one spot it began today! that would be boreal. they had a 16" of natural snow. the ski lifts were running today. believe it or not, this is 6 days later than what they had last year but folks are out there, a few folks out there enjoying it, ski lifts open until 8 p.m. open for the weekend, as well. let's talk about tonight. it will be another chilly one but not as chilly. more 50s than 40s around the water. san francisco 51. san jose 50. vallejo 49 degrees. let's talk about the weekend because it's a weekend of transition. we have another front that's going to move through will not bring us any rainfall. but in the higher elevations, it will bring us gusty winds. there is a wind advisory in effect from tomorrow night flew sunday morning for 40 to 50- mile-per-hour wind gusts above 1
of temperatures. santa rosa from 79 to 70. 72 to 63 in san francisco. it's going to be cooler. not going to be cold though. going to be a nice day tomorrow. it's just not going to be upper 70s, low 80s. still warm outside. 69 in concord. beautiful sunset if you have a chance to look to the west. stunning out there. nice air quality. really good conditions. no fog along the coast. great weather. really good run. weather system comes down from the north, temperatures are going to begin to cool. the winds are going to kick up. it's going to be kind of chilly in the morning. the weather headline is the wind and cooldown. warmest day. high pressure did that. low pressure comes in, brings cooler, slightly cooler. upper 70s. tomorrow the cooling begins. the low slides further south. the cool air settles in behind it. sunday, slightly cooler with continued strong winds in the hills. remember last sunday how windy it was? not that windy. i don't think we'll see winds at that level. now it looks like a much lesser event. computer model, forecast model for wind gusts. saturday morning, not a big de
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. beautiful friday afternoon. we had upper 70s. look at santa rosa. 78 degrees for daytime high. that wind advisory will go into effect as we head into tomorrow night late into the early morning hours on monday. so we're looking for the windy conditions to be mainly in the hills. to stick around for about 36 hours. remember last week, just a week we had those significant major winds. this should not be on that scale. this should not be on that scale. that was a big deal event. this was more of a -- warrants a wind advisory. we'll watch it for you. rosemary will be here this weekend. tracking the wind event. tracking it now using the latest computer model. tomorrow morning, 8:00 a.m., winds are light and variable. winds start to focus. clock out of the north- northwest. watch this, late tomorrow night into the early morning hours you start to seeing 30-mile an hour winds, 32-mile an hour winds. these are gusts now. we'll be watching that for you. the winds mainly in the hills. east bay hills. hills of the north bay. this is the mechanism for the winds. this is also the mechanism for the coo
, and 56, 55 rather, half moon bay. looking over the bay clear skies, temperatures 72 in santa rosa. and mid to upper 60s at napa and fairfield. and one more live view looking from our south beach camera here in downtown san francisco eastward. and bay bridge. breezy, cooler. there is a chance of rain by next friday. that may fizzel but now looks like it's shaping up. large ridge weakens a little bit over the weekend and high clouds moving through. we'll start at 7:00 tonight, and as this weak, dry front approaches we'll see high clouds pushing through tomorrow, and into sunday. we'll see more clouds and will be cooler. quite a bit cooler sunday. we'll see sunshine as well. speaking of sunshine, sunday, raiders hosting philadelphia eagles, game time is 1:05. we'll have sunny skies, high clouds, temperatures low to mid-60s good football weather. back to overnight conditions, clear skies, low temperatures into mid to upper 40s. then, tomorrow, nice, mainly sunny day. again, thin, high clouds passing through. high temperatures on the mild side again. and mid-60s on the coast z low 70s
skies, temperatures 72 in santa rosa. and mid to upper 60s at napa and fairfield. and one more live view looking from our south beach camera here in downtown san francisco eastward. and bay bridge. breezy, cooler. there is a chance of rain by next friday. that may fizzel but now looks like it's shaping up. large ridge weakens a little bit over the weekend and high clouds moving through. we'll start at 7:00 tonight, and as this weak, dry front approaches we'll see high clouds pushing through tomorrow, and into sunday. we'll see more clouds and will be cooler. quite a bit cooler sunday. we'll see sunshine as well. speaking of sunshine, sunday, raiders hosting philadelphia eagles, game time is 1:05. we'll have sunny skies, high clouds, temperatures low to mid-60s good football weather. back to overnight conditions, clear skies, low temperatures into mid to upper 40s. then, tomorrow, nice, mainly sunny day. again, thin, high clouds passing through. high temperatures on the mild side again. and mid-60s on the coast z low 70s inland here is the accu-weather forecast. of cooling down and becomi
not to allow native supply to -- nato supply to enter the province until the drone attacks are stopped. >> rosa lined joins us. what are pakistani leaders accusing the government of. >> there's two things the pakistani government is accusing the u.s. of doing. one is violating authority, launching an attack on pakistan soil without islamabad's permission. the other thing they are accused of doing is scuttling - that's the pakistani's word, an effort to broker peace talks with the taliban. the pakistanis argue with the death of hakimullah mehsud basically everything that islamabad wanted to try to achieve has been put back to square one. it says as a result the pakistani citizens will be at a higher risk, suffering from taliban attacks within their borders. >> hasn't the pakistani government been cooperating with the u.s. and the c.i.a. drone program all alone. >> it's widely assumed that the pakistani government has been cooperating first with the bush administration and now the obama administration on the drone strike program. it's been the obama administration that has increased the frequency
as congress continues to push and pull on the strings of the farm bill that funds food stamps. rosa florez joins me now. what is driving the cuts this time? >> it's always something. remember the 2009 american recovery and reinvestment act? well, it included a boost in food stamp benefits and the money has run dry. when we talk cuts in food stamps, republicans are normally blamed. this time, the finger is pointed at the white house. it sounded like a great idea when it was launched. a program aimed in part at making school lunches healthier. >> we are determined to finally take on one of the most serious threats to their future. that's the epidemic of childhood obesity. >> reporter: to fund the war on obesity, the white house borrowed money from the war on hunger. >> some of the funding comes from rolling back a temporary increase in food stamp benefits or snap as it's called starting in the fall of 2013. >> reporter: that's now, when the snap program runs out of money from the 2009 american recovery and reinvestment act. >> after the cuts, the average benefit per person per meal is $1.40.
200 people gathered last night at the very spot in santa rosa where a sewn onlyonoy deputy shot and killed a 14-year-old carrying a represli rifle. the community is still reeling from the teen-ager's death and county leaders plan to address their concerns during tuesday's supervisors meeting. the family will file a wrongful death lawsuit against sonoma county in federal court on monday. still ahead on "today in the bay," raising awareness about human trafficking. we're going to show you where in the east bay you can see the first annual event that will happen this morning. >> and it is an old way to get around but it is fueling san francisco's new tech boom. the critical role this historic muni line is playing. up 60 to 170 years old is getting a new member. last week the city took ownership of of a 1934 what's called a boat car from black pool, gland. it's the second-boat like car. >> we've modified the top where the trolley car is going to be this weekend. >> it's going to join what's become one of the nation's most unique transportation lines. >> it's the most popular convent
in santa rosa.he was charged and was set to be arraigned today. >> catherine: he was arrested on suspicion of the attempted burglary of a woman's apartment back in july. authorities say he was only wearing socks and underwear at the time. after his arrest - he entered an alcohol treatment center for five weeks. >> catherine: the elder abuse investigation continues into the valley manor home in castro valley. r with the end of daylight savings time this weekend.sunset will be an more than a dozen people left behind until someone called 911 saturday. we will be sharing those 911 costs with you tonight at endicott. 8pm >> reporter: we will see some cloud coverage. mostly clear skies with a few patchy clouds offfog. >> reporter: the system will go by by 6:00 p.m. and then after that we will receive strong winds coming from the north a saturday night, sunday and monday. as strong as 50 mi. per hour and the higher elevations. now for saturday the winds will have not kicked in quite yet we will see mostly sunny skies accurate look for low 70's inland. high of 66 degrees and mid-60's in oakland wi
gathering today to remember a santa rosa teenager shot and killed by sonoma county sheriff deputy. the event for andy lopez will meanwhile, an attorney for andy's family says a civil rights lawsuit will be filed on monday in san francisco. andy was shot october 22nd while holding a toy gun that looked like an ak47 assault rifle. >>> happening too, officials will be warning menlo park residents about mosquitoes that spread yellow fever. no illnesses associated with the mosquito have been reported in california, but the insect has been spotted in menlo pack. vector control officials and volunteers will be handing out information about ways to prevent the spread of the mosquito and that begins at 9:30. voters can swing by city hall to drop off their vote by mail ballots. there will be curbside stations and this weekend they will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. they will also be open from 8:00 to 5:00 on monday and 7:00 to 8:00 on tuesday. that's of course election day. now let's check your forcast with lisa argen. >> katie the marine layer is compressed at 500 to 700 feet and you can see i
was the stigmatization of invidious racial discrimination. you know, martin luther king jr. and rosa parks and fred shuttlesworth, and, you know, the great john lewis and robert moses, and one could go on and on and on. one of the great things that they did is make racist racial distinctions stink, and nobody wants to be associated with them. now, that's a good thing x. to the extent that that sentiment makes people anxious about affirmative action, it's one of these ironic things. i think that's a good thing. there is a bad thing, however, and that a's something that i -- that's something that i write about in the book a good bit, and i think in the affirmative action controversy, this is often overlooked. a lot of times people don't want to hear it, but i think it has to be said. throughout the history of the united states, any policy advancing the fortunes of people of color, particularly blacks, has triggered resentment and triggered opposition. let me give you a couple, let me give you an example. let me give you an example of this. this is, i mean, let me give you an example of this. this is
rosa. the thing we're going to be watching today will be showers in the north bay, sonoma county. this front will bring in cooler, d drier air. mid 50s in san francisco and tonight wind advisory up for bay area hilltops with gusts near 45 miles per hour. we could have issues with tree branches and the like. sunday cooler to start the week and maybe by thursday and friday, a real chance of rain. stay tuned. >> thank you, rob. it is finally over and the votes have been counted. bart workers approved the temporary contract which ended last month's strike. union leaders announced the ratification with the union approving the contract at 88%. go 2,300 employees were eligible to cast ballots. the workers ratified the deal and now the board of directors for bart has to give final approval. what the riders get, the riding public, is three years of no strike threat. the contract has a no-strike clause. >> terminal three at l.a.x. remains closed after mabb carrying a high powered rifle stormed the airport in a deadly rampage. the shooter is paul ciancia. a tsa agent was killed and at least
for what's happening in santa rosa but in many communities across this country. >> fernando chavez, thank you so much for your time today. >>> time to flash back to this day in 1948 when one of the greatest upsets in presidential election history caused a serious black eye for "the chicago tribune." votes were still being counted between truman and dewey. the paper published an early edition with the headline "dewey defeats truman ". but truman triumphed defeating dewey with just over 2 million votes. fast-forward, 28 years, jimmy carter was elected on this day 1976, becoming the first u.s. president from the deep south since the civil war. and in 2010, republicans took back the house in mid-term. largely seen as a referendum on president obama's just-passed health care reform law. >> this is something that i think every president needs to go through. i'm not recommending for every future president that they take a shellacking like i did last night. awarded j.d. power's most appealing midsize car, two years in a row. and right now you can drive one home for practically just your signature
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